When I Left Andy

Before I tell you what I did, I want to explain “leaving.” I’m not talking about a casual departure. I’m talking about a bad kind of leaving.  I’m talking about a “leaving” where it leaves a ghostly look on the face and a ghastly...

Loneliness But NotHopelessness

I know people who are lonely right now. They might think I don’t know how it feels to be lonely, but I do.  Because in 2000 and 2010, I was.  During those two seasons, I found someone who got this at a level unmatched by any of us:  Jesus. Hours before He would...

This Pain Is Not In Vain

Today I was reading about a guy Jesus healed. Normally, the healing would be the inspiration for a post.  But this time, it was something less noteworthy that inspired me:  “One of the men lying there had been sick for thirty-eight years. (John 5:5) ...

sometimesthere are no words

Sometimes, there are no words. I’m reminded of Job in the bible. In chapter 2, he’s in the middle of a total life-collapse. He’s lost everything. Although we often use this story to illustrate what his friends did wrong, I want to highlight something...

Hurricanes: On Earth and In Life

This weekend, Hurricane Irma will make its mark somewhere in Florida. On all mental, emotional, financial and physical levels, it’s stressful; laden with “what if’s.” For me, personally, it presents a one-question test:  Heather, do you trust...
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